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Chilling out @twinsailsbeer after a peaceful walk along Rocky Point. Trying their Bad Sally Praline Stout. I like it. I like it a lot.
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This nails it. True engagement.
We have gotten student engagement all wrong. True student engagement is not about dancing on tables, entertaining, cotton candy and lollipops. True student engagement is the result of heart-to-heart conversations, lead by adults who refuse to quit on kids!
Teaching is a transitive verb: it takes a direct and an indirect object. We don’t teach “English”. We teach English TO students. #PSADay #sd40learns @ReadDRjwilhelm
Getting ready for a day of learning with colleagues from @BCTELA and @tweetsomemoore What are my teacher friends doing today? #PSADay
Hey #BritishColumbia ! Check out these great #HOK40 events! Featuring @Victorinox @ShunCutlery @WusthofCanada @GlobalKnivesCA @WorkSharpTools @House_of_Q @NiteIze @VIUniversity . #Prizes #Freebies RSVP NOW! https://t.co/b7A3e4u4vd
Tag Archives: urban gardening
The potatoes planted in our bins of coconut weir have now sprouted! Please follow and like us:
Coquitlam’s Park Spark program is hosting a community bulb planting event at Como Lake Park on Thursday, October 23 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Neighbours, school groups and local businesses are encouraged to stop by Como Lake Park to help … Continue reading
For many years, gardening has meant bringing order to nature by designing outdoor spaces to feature boxed-in plants and flowerbeds, clearly defined pathways and well-tended bushes and trees. But there has been a movement of late to work with Mother … Continue reading
A simple addition to your patio planter can be chives; amazingly beautiful when added yo your urban gardening routine and also very useful in your kitchen. For example, this beautiful planter has chives growing in it and foodies know that … Continue reading
One thing that I got to wondering about today was, why do cities plant ornamental trees instead of apple trees along their streets? Okay, the cherry blossoms are beautiful in the spring for the couple of weeks that they are … Continue reading